Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler says evangelical Christians and liberal Protestants follow a different religion.

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A Southern Baptist Convention leader says the controversial firing of Atlanta’s fire chief proves that “erotic liberty” trumps religious liberty when it comes to disputes over homosexuality and gay marriage.

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Ethics spokesman Russell Moore said he fears President Obama’s decision to move forward on immigration policy without Congress will only encourage Republicans to dig in their heels.

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Al Mohler says freed American missionary Kenneth Bae wasn’t planning a “religious coup d’etat” in the political sense, “but any Christian looking at the nation of North Korea has to hope that there will be a toppling of that regime.”

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Friday, 26 September 2014 14:34

Mohler says churches cannot avoid LGBT issue

Theologian and seminary president Albert Mohler says this week’s ouster of a church means no Southern Baptist congregation can sidestep the question of whether homosexuality is right or wrong.

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Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler says Christians aren’t supposed to save the Bible from itself by trying to harmonize its truth claims with science.

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True love waits, but don’t expect it to wait forever, a Southern Baptist pastor and policy expert advised in a recent newspaper story arguing that couples should consider marrying at a younger age.

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A seminary president says Southern Baptists have faced a learning curve about how to properly handle the reporting of child sexual abuse.

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Albert Mohler, a proponent of a Calvinist resurgence in Southern Baptist life, explains one of the movement’s most controversial doctrines.

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Three Southern Baptist scholars say support for same-sex marriage is incompatible with biblical Christianity.

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